Ghost, the developers behind the upcoming Need For Speed title have revealed that they will delay the game’s PC launch.

The decision comes after a huge social media campaign designed to get the NFS community excited and talking about what they want from the upcoming game. The current trailers and screenshots reveal that the title is pushing the boundaries of what consoles and PCs can do.

After a global outcry from fans who own high end gaming computers, Ghost decided to delay the PC release into an unannounced Spring release next year. The delay will allow the developers the time needed to ensure that the game is unlimited in terms of power and is not tethered to a singular graphic experience.

A singular graphic quality has almost always been reserved for console gamers, where the individual system is not upgradable in any way. Thankfully, PC gamers enjoy the luxury of being able to run the game at any specifications that their computer can handle.

The developers at Ghost have apologized about the delay on the official Need for Speed website, but assure fans that it comes from a place of love. In the meantime, Playstation 4 and Xbox One owners will be privileged to take part in an open beta, sometime in the next few weeks. The PC version of Need For Speed will be available sometime in Spring 2016, while the PS4 and Xbox One versions will still be available on November 3rd, 2015.


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